Oracle billionaire Larry Ellison is holding a fundraiser for Donald Trump, where supporters can pay $100,000 for a golf outing and photo with the president.
Ellison will host the fundraiser for President Donald Trump at his estate in California's Coachella Valley on Feb. 19, according to news reports.
Technology news website Recode is calling the Rancho Mirage golfing event, "the most significant display of support from a major tech titan for the president, by far."
The Desert Sun, a local newspaper, obtained a copy of the invitation revealing that supporters can pay $100,000 to play golf with Trump and take a photo with him. For an extra $150,000, you can also participate in a round-table discussion with the president.
Proceeds from the event will go toward the "Trump Victory" fund, a joint venture between the Trump campaign, the Republican party and 11 state Republican committees, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Ellison, 72, was the fifth-richest person in American in 2019 and is worth $69.1 billion, according to Forbes. Ellison has shown support for conservative candidates in the past, hosting fundraisers for presidential hopeful Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., and Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla. in 2014.
The San Francisco Chronicle reported that he donated $3 million to a super PAC backing Rubio.